Mr. Atayants' lecture will focus on two of his recent projects; the assembly of the Supreme Court of Russia, Judicial Department, the Dance Theatre and medical centre in St. Petersburg, and the Church of St. John the Baptist in Nagorno-Karabakh, Armenia.
Maxim Atayants, an architect, head of the "Maxim Atayants Architects" Studio
A member of the St. Petersburg branch of the Russian Architects Union since 1995.
The head of the "Maxim Atayants Architects" Studio since 2000.
In 1995 he graduated from the architectural faculty of the Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg.
"Maxim Atayants Architects" Studio became the winner of the state competition for the architectural concept - the construction of a group of buildings of the Supreme and Supreme arbitration courts in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation.
A milestone project of the residential district “City of Quays" (Moscow region, Khimki) in August 2014 became the winner of the Architectural Award of the Governor of Moscow region established this year. In total 212 projects were submitted to the contest.
Residential district “City of Quays" was the winner of three awards in the largest Russian competition for real estate Urban Awards 2012: Best residential complex near Moscow in economy class", "Innovation of the year", "Best project of integrated development".
Residential district "Opalikha O2" (Moscow region, Krasnogorsky district) became the laureate of the "Best residential complex of economy class under construction near Moscow" at Urban Awards 2012.
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